Leo Weekly Work Horoscope
Week of February 25, 2024
Conflict in your professional commitments might arise early this week, Leo. Beginning on Tuesday, February 27, you may feel strained about your agreements and partnerships when Mars in Aquarius squares Jupiter in Taurus. The square will encourage you to think about what you can change to grow in your career path. You may find that you must either stand your ground to get more competitive offers or work with more ambitious commitments.
By the following day, you might feel better about what you are willing to invest in when Mercury in Pisces conjuncts the sun in Pisces and Saturn in Pisces. The conjunctions will heighten your intuition, so you may have a feeling about what is truly worth your time, energy, and attention. Since this could help you determine what you want to do, you should go for something that will help you feel unrestricted and be a long-term, financially stable option.
If you have anything that you want to discuss, do so when Mercury in Pisces sextiles Jupiter in Taurus on Thursday, February 29. The sextile will help you feel confident and hopeful that your investment into your career path will be prosperous.
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